Mitchell Karp

Why do so many diversity, equity, and inclusion (“DEI”) initiatives stall or are get labeled as “ineffective”? One major reason is insufficient accountability at the top for making DEI work. But this is a solvable problem. 

The truism, “That which gets measured, gets done” is particularly apt when focusing on leadership accountability for DEI. We have found that organizations that strive for DEI success will greatly increase their chances if they measure their leaders on five important dimensions of leadership accountability. Through our work, we have seen that these five metrics can create a ripple effect of DEI success, especially when they are incorporated into the compensation and promotion processes.

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